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Pacquiao Buries De La Hoya

La Opinin, Posted: Dec 07, 2008

LAS VEGAS The Filipino tsunami was relentless, reports La Opinin, calling Manny Pacquiaos domination over Oscar De La Hoya in the Saturday night boxing match eight rounds of persistent, ruthless punishment. De La Hoya decided not to go to the ninth round; to do so would have been personal and professional suicide, according to the report. Pacquiaos victory disproved all of the theories, the hours of practice and talk, that said Oscar De La Hoya was the antidote for the Filipino, La Opinin reports, adding, Another one with Aztec blood (goes) to the trophy room of the Mexicutioner."

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